Author Archive: Diana Rhoades

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It’s Time for the Old Pueblo to Refresh its Constitution

It’s Time for the Old Pueblo to Refresh its Constitution

November 20, 2014 |

In 1929, when Tucson’s voter-approved City Charter came into effect, there were approximately 30,000 people living here. The Fox Theatre opened that year and the Valley National Bank Building – Tucson’s first skyscraper – had just been built for the staggering cost of $1 million. We had the first library in the state, the first […]

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